Legislative Assembly for the ACT: 2022 Week 02 Hansard (Thursday, 24 March 2022) . . Page.. 649 ..
Total indicative cost was approximately $2,000.
b) There are no plans to automate the existing signage.
c) Road closure information is publicly available on the City Services webpage at https://www.cityservices.act.gov.au/roads-and-paths/act_public_road_closures. This road closure information is available to third party providers and can be accessed via various navigation applications and platforms, which can include automated alerts for subscribers.
(i) Refer to (a)
(ii) Refer to (a)
(iii) Refer to (a)
(iv) Refer to (a)
(v) Refer to (a)
(Question No 627)
Mrs Jones asked the Treasurer, upon notice, on 11 February 2022:
In the development of the budgeted financial statements of directorates and agencies in the 2021-22 ACT Budget, and before the financial impact of any policy decisions of government where incorporated, (a) how, and by what percentage amount, were the controlled recurrent payments to be provided to each directorate and agency increased or decreased in each the following years (i) 2021-22, (ii) 2022-23 (iii) 2023-24 and (iv) 2024-25 (indexation of base funding) and (b) what factors affected the amount by which the base funding of each directorate and agency, and by how amount (expressed as a percentage) did each of those factors affect the base funding of each directorate and agency.
Mr Barr: The answer to the member’s question is as follows:
(a) and (b) Controlled recurrent payments appropriation can be increased or decreased during the development of a budget for technical reasons. This increase or decrease in appropriation is adjusted against the total CRP for an agency and incorporated into amounts in the appropriation bills.
Factors impacting these technical variations can include changes in:
• Estimated payments from the Commonwealth to reflect updates in estimates for National Partnerships and Specific Purpose Payments in the Commonwealth Budget.
• Economic parameters which include variations resulting from changes to indexation factors such as the Consumer Price Index (CPI) and Wage Price Index (WPI).
• Expected timing of cash flows leading to reprofiling of funding.